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A All Animal Control Relocates Corporate HQ

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The corporate office has moved to a larger, more convenient location in West Virginia.

| April 8, 2010

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – The A All Animal Control Charleston, W. Va., corporate office has moved to a larger, more convenient location. This new space will allow A All Animal Control to support both clients and A All Animal Control franchise owners in new unique ways. 
                        
"Our new location gives us a larger space for professional training, giving ample space for intimate seminars and the capabilities to grow our franchise support staff,"says A All Animal Control CEO Mark E. Dotson.  "This new locality has sited us closer to hotels, restaurants and  field training locations, positioning us in a geographically opportune situate for conferences and supplier demonstrations. We will be able to educate and connect with A All Animal Control technicians as a whole and on a one on one basis."
                        
The new office is located at 108 Roxalana Park Drive in Dunbar, W. Va., 25064.  The Charleston office will house A All Animal Control services such as enrollment opportunity support, franchise support, marketing, library and training demonstrational materials.  Field training areas locally sited will allow for continuing safety and field training for both current and prospective technicians. 
                        
More information about A All Animal Control Corporate Charleston Office can be found  at
www.aallanimalcontrol.com.

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